2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
1st in NFC North
Predicting Aaron Rodgers' 2020 season, Packers' win totals (2:04)
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Are the Packers willing to commit to Aaron Jones long term? (1:14)
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Packers RB Jones thinking long term despite deal

Aaron Jones wants to finish his career with Green Bay but doesn't know whether that can happen amid ongoing contract talks. "Whether it's my first year or my last year on a deal, I'm going to be just as motivated," he said.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers RB Aaron Jones, who's entering the final year of his contract, said on a Zoom call: "I would love to be a lifelong Packer." He added: "I trust my agents, and I trust the Packers. I trust them to get a deal done. If I can control what I can control, I feel like it will be taken care of."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers safety Adrian Amos has been vocal on social media about the death of citizen George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer and on a Zoom call he said: “It's a sensitive subject for a lot of people, but I think it's something that needs to be more than just talked about. We need to start coming up with different solutions to avoid situations where, you know, people are losing their lives.”

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers S Adrian Amos couldn't finish the NFC title game because of a pectoral injury after playing all but 4 snaps in the regular season but said on a Zoom presser he "didn't have to have any procedure done. It healed up pretty good. I'm 100 percent right now. I'm feeling good."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers have begun to sign their draft picks. Seventh-rounder Jonathan Garvin, the last of their nine picks, became the first to sign on Tuesday, the team announced.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers will re-open their facility to no more than 75 employees — no coaches or players — on May 26, a team spokesperson said. It will be done in accordance with NFL guidelines and health officials. The team is still developing plans to re-open the public parts of Lambeau Field but has not made any announcement on that yet.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Pettine said he was never concerned about being fired after the NFC title game collapse even though coach Matt LaFleur didn't necessarily back him publicly immediately after. “He and I had been full speed ahead,” the Packers third-year defensive coordinator said. “There was a little angst with my wife, but he and I had already reviewed the season and were very much on the same page.”

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

First time we've heard from Mike Pettine since the 49ers rushed for 285 yards against his defense. "No excuses, but we're not going to let it be this dark cloud hanging over us, but we're not going to sweep it under the carpet, either," the Packers defensive coordinator said on a Zoom call.

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Packers DT Adams charged with pot possession

Packers defensive tackle Montravius Adams is facing three misdemeanor charges, including possession of marijuana, following his arrest in Georgia on Tuesday.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers area scout Charles Walls, who has been with the team since 2013, is leaving to join the Browns' personnel department, according to sources. Walls covered the Southeast region for the Packers, but is receiving a promotion on new GM Andrew Berry's staff. The Browns still employ former Packers scout Glen Cook, who is Cleveland's assistant director of scouting.

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ESPN Daily: 2020 NFL Offseason Winners And Losers

Pretty much all of the big moves are in the books for the NFL offseason. Brady and Gronk now call Tampa Bay home. DeAndre Hopkins' trade to the Arizona Cardinals continues to baffle fans and experts. Teams like Carolina and Jacksonville seem to be starting their rebuilds. ESPN's NFL guru Bill Barnwell ranks all NFL teams by which ones made the most of this offseason, and which ones' moves left fans scratching their heads.

The only way Stephen A. would go to Lambeau Field (1:25)
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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers are not reopening their football facilities at Lambeau Field tomorrow, when the NFL said teams can start a gradual re-opening for select employees. A team spokesperson said: "The Packers have not determined a reopening date for offices and business units. The organization will continue our preparations for that effort guided by information from medical and public health officials at the federal, state and local levels, along with the NFL."

NFL will allow teams to reopen facilities on Tuesday (0:59)
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What factors determine how long Rodgers stays with the Packers? (1:15)
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12dRob Demovsky

Rodgers: Retiring a Packer 'may not be a reality'

Aaron Rodgers still wants to finish his career with the Green Bay Packers, but he knows that became more difficult when his team drafted his possible replacement, Utah State's Jordan Love.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers said his general reaction on the Jordan Love pick was: "Surprise, like many people." He added: "Not going to say I was thrilled by the pick necessarily but I understand the organization is thinking about the future and the present," adding that's what GM Brian Gutekunst is paid to do.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers on working with Jordan Love: "He didn't get asked to be drafted by the Packers. He's not to blame at all. ... Had a good conversation with him the day after the draft. I'm excited to work with him."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers on a conference call with Packers media on whether he still thinks he will finish his career with the Packers: “What it does is it reinforces the adage that you can only control what you can control. That obviously is something that's very important to me. But it's definitely telling at this point that is truly out of my control."

Team Stats

Passing Yards233.317th
Rushing Yards112.215th
Points For23.515th
Points Against19.624th

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